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China's smartphone market cools down in Q1, and shipments will decline by 30%

via:驱动之家     time:2020/2/1 14:12:14     readed:822

The year 2020 has passed 8.5%. A sudden epidemic crisis not only affects people's lives, but also has a negative impact on various industries. The smartphone market will also be impacted. According to the analysis of strategy analytics, a research company, China's smartphone market will decline by 30% in Q1, the largest decline in recent years.

According to the report released by strategy analytics, due to the impact of the new coronavirus, the global smartphone market will decline by 2% in 2020, while the Chinese smartphone market will decline by 5% than expected, of which Q1 will be the most seriously affected and will decline by more than 30%.

The global and China's smartphone market has become saturated, which is also declining. Especially in the off-season like Q1, IDC data in Q1 2019 shows that the global smartphone shipments are 310 million, down 6.6% year-on-year, and the Chinese smartphone market shipments are 88 million, down 3%.

However, this decline is caused by unexpected factors, which is an additional decline on the original basis. The 30% decline of domestic smart phones means that in Q1, nearly 25-30 million smart phones will be shipped less, which is even worse for huamiov, apple, Samsung and other companies.

In addition, after the Spring Festival in February this year, major manufacturers should start the flagship high-frequency launch mode in the first half of the year, especially at the MWC exhibition at the end of the month. Now, due to the impact of accidents, the participation and release of MWC will also be affected. At present, many companies are adjusting their plans.

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